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The Inward Journey: Finding the real me?

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So that me guys,
thanks for interest and support over the years.
It has been great.
Hugs and Love.
Yours,
MT

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I started blogging about this topic on  Wednesday 24th May 2015 saying, that every journey begins with a single step  and added that would be a great honor if you the reader allowed me to be your travelling companion.

I noted at the time that evaluation of self can be frightening and suggested that every Wednesday I would blog encouragingly blogging to celebrate life.

At that time I viewed the blog  as  an extension of my private practice and the courses that I have taught on positive self-awareness, relaxation and meditation over the years.

Now, I am writing a book and hopefully it will be published soon.

Note to self

So that me guys,

thanks for interest and support over the years.

It has been great.

Hugs and Love.

Yours,

MT

MOMM

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Love possesses not nor would be possessed; For love is sufficient unto love (Kahill Gibran: The Prophet)

Inside each one of us lies the genesis of our true selves

 

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The Inward Journey: Finding the real me?

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I started blogging about this topic on  Wednesday 24th May 2015 saying, that every journey begins with a single step  and added that would be a great honor if you the reader allowed me to be your travelling companion.

I noted at the time that evaluation of self can be frightening and suggested that every Wednesday I would blog encouragingly blogging to celebrate life.

At that time I viewed the blog  as  an extension of my private practice and the courses that I have taught on positive self-awareness, relaxation and meditation over the years.

Now, I am writing a book and hopefully it will be published soon.

Note to self

So that me guys,

thanks for interest and support over the years.

It has been great.

Hugs and Love.

Yours,

MT

MOMM

 

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‘Coming To a Bookshelf Near You’ Michelle W’ asked me to write a summary of the book I have always wanted to write for the back cover of its dust jacket.

This is my response  to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Coming To a Bookshelf Near You.”

The Irish Mammies Guide to Health and  Well being 

The Irish Mammies Guide to Health and Well being, is a book that you will want to keep by your side at all times.

Packed with practical advice, old remedies, cures, as well as tips on how to relax and get a good night sleep will have you skipping through the pages searching for personal answers.

Auntie Mother Mary -the voice in the book, gently suggests that if we ‘remember to eat well, think clearly and let go of fear we will never lose our way in life!

The book examines these three core concepts under the headings

  • Healing the mind.
  • Healing the body
  • Healing feelings.

It is the intention of this book to share with its readers all that wonderful ancient Irish wisdom that has been passed down through the ages.  So that the reader will find their way to health and well being, no matter what obstacles life may throw at them.

 

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The blog miraculoussearch.com is a documentation of my inward quest to find miraculous in all things.

In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Tagline.”

The blog miraculoussearch.com is a documentation of my inward quest to find miraculous in all things.

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In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Fly on the Wall.”

In response to Daily Post’s writing prompt if I could be a ‘ Fly on the Wall anywhere in the world, it would be

Hotel Siagon Morin.

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Built in 1901 by the French businessman Mr Bogota, the hotel is the first in Central Vietnam.

1907 it is owned and upgraded by the Morin brothers and in 1945 it reaches its peak with 72 rooms, restaurant, cinema, grocery and library. It plays a major role as the centre of French community.

1946 it becomes a shelter for French army and French civilians during the Anti- French colonisation movement rising.

1954 Geneva agreement is signed and the French leave Vietnam.

1957 the hotel is confiscated and is used as a House of Hue University where it became the hub of anti – South Vietnam government movement of the students in Hue.

In the ‘Tet Offensive ‘of 1968 and the streets and buildings around the Morin Hotel witness dramatic events during the battle for Hue city. 1904 it is damaged by a typhoon and is transferred to Mr Guerin who renames it The Grand Hotel of Hue.

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From reunification in 1975 until 1988 the hotel continues to House Hue University and was a favourite amongst back packers.

In 1997 the hotel is restored to its former glory.

Today, it is acknowledged as one of the most luxurious in Hue.

When  I stayed  in this hotel  earlier this year I wondered  if only the walls could talk what stories they would tell.

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